LSU All-America forward Angel Reese is not with the Tigers for their game in Southeastern Louisiana. Today we will discuss about Angel Reese: Why was benched| Is suspended| Mom name.
Angel Reese: Why was benched| Is suspended| Mom name
Angel Reese (born May 6, 2002) is an American college basketball player for the LSU Tigers of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Nicknamed “Beau Barbie”, Reese attended St. Francis Academy in Baltimore, Maryland, where she was awarded McDonald’s All-American honors in 2020 and was ranked the number two player in her class by ESPN.
|No. 10 – LSU Tigers
|May 6, 2002
Randallstown, Maryland, U.S.
|6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
|165 lb (75 kg)
|Saint Frances Academy
|Career highlights and awards
Why was benched
However, things turned strange in the team’s fourth contest against Kent State. Reese was pulled 48 seconds into the game after taking a 3-pointer and did not return for more than five minutes.
LSU head coach Kim Mulkey addressed the status of All-American forward Angel Reese on Friday night after the Tigers defeated Southeastern 73-50.
Reese, a defending national champion, was held out in the second half against Kent State on Tuesday before being absent for Friday night’s contest in Hammond.
When asked to expand on his decision Friday night, Mulkey said:
“Angel was not in uniform. Angel is part of this basketball team, and we hope to have her back with the team soon. I won’t answer any further than that.”
Angel Reese was born on May 6, 2002, in Randallstown, Maryland, to Angel and Michael Reese. She learned to play basketball from her mother at a very young age and grew up playing with her brother Julian in their driveway.